Your chance to Get Involved: interview Ed Davey, the Lib Dems’ Shadow Foreign Secretary

Dear friends,

Mr Ed Davey, Liberal Democrat Shadow Foreign Secretary, has bravely and generously agreed to offer us bloggers some of his time for an interview to cover the wide range of Liberal Democrat Foreign Policy!

This is a particularly busy and exciting time for the foreign affairs team, with the European Reform Treaty that is passing through the House of Commons causing a lot of interest, but also the elections in America and Pakistan, the Olympics in China, the situation in Darfur and the ongoing battles in Iraq and Afghanistan.

I know that lots of you will be interested, and so, in the interest of opening up these interviews to more people, we should like to invite more of you to join in. Place ARE limited, but we would like to see some new faces. In particular, we should like at least one person who would be willing to write up the interview for Liberal Democrat Voice. So you can have a go even if you don’t have your own blog!

The interview will take place in London at 7pm in the evening of Monday 3rd March, and we hope to squeeze about an hour into Mr Ed’s busy schedule.

Applications in the comments column below, please, so long as you have an e-mail for me to contact you.

Go on, give it a go!

Love from Millennium

(now, read my diary!)

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8 Comments

  • I’d like to do this. I’ve got a shopping list of issues…

  • Alix Mortimer 2nd Mar '08 - 10:12pm

    Ah, how timely… 😀

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